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  1. 10/17/2016

    Chancellor Fariña Announces 365 High Schools Participating in College Application Week

    College Access for All Initiative Expanding Participation to Reach Over 53,000 Students. Builds College-Going Culture Along with SAT School Day, Elimination of CUNY Application Fee for Low-Income Students, New Resources for 100 High Schools

  2. 10/14/2016

    Chancellor Fariña Kicks-Off Parent Conferences with College Access for All Family Event at Tweed

    English Language Learner parent conference to focus on high school and college application process and services for English Language Learners. Chancellor kicks-off a series of language specific conferences in Spanish, Arabic, Bengali, and Mandarin. Citywide gains in attendance at parent-teacher conferences and school-based workshops

  3. 10/14/2016

    教育總監法瑞納在TWEED啟動了「大家都可以上大學」 (College Access for All)家長活動的家長會議

    英語學習生家長會 : 集中講解 英語學習生的 高中與大學申請過程和服務 總監啟動了一系列特定語言的會議,有西班牙語、阿拉伯語、孟加拉語和普通話 家長教師會議和學校講座的「全市出勤率得益」

  4. 9/29/2016

    Chancellor Fariña, NYC Libraries Announce New Initiative to Offer Free Wi-Fi Hotspots to Public School Students and Families

    NYC Schools partner with the City’s three library systems, Google and Sprint to bring free, year-long Wi-Fi service to households without internet access

  5. 9/27/2016

    Independent Research Shows High Satisfaction with Pre-K For All Expansion

    Pre-K for All students across all income levels, race, and home language status outpaced growth among four-year-olds nationally

  6. 9/12/2016

    Chancellor Fariña Announces NYC School Finder to Make the High School Search Process Easier for Families

    New digital directory helps students, parents and school counselors find high school choices for applications. Mobile-friendly tool works on phones, tablets, desktops

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